Tudori censured again

• COUNCILLOR Bert Tudori has been censured yet again, this time for disrupting a recent informal ‘briefing meeting’.

• COUNCIL has written off unrecoverable fines and costs worth more than $800,000. Council CEO Garry Hunt said council’s auditor suggested the fines be taken off the books.

• DESPITE having fewer than the maximum of twelve members, the Crawley Precinct Committee has ignored a nomination from City Residents Action Group member Bill Bradbury. Mr Bradbury served on the West Perth Precinct committee

for the past four years. He unsuccessfully nominated for all five precinct committees. Hawaiian Investments managing director Brett Wilkins has been accepted onto the Central City Precinct Committee.

• COUNCIL is to provide in-kind sponsorship of $9,067 to the WA Government Office of Youth Affairs’ Cadet Challenge. The event, to be held on Langley Park from 1 to 3 October, is expected to draw between 3,000 and 4,000 cadets from around WA and between 300 and 400 cadet instructors.

n COUNCIL has suggested turning Clotilde and Norbert Streets in East Perth into one-way streets. It is proposed northbound traffic be carried by Clotilde Street, while Norbert Street takes southbound traffic. It is believed the changes would make it easier for motorists travelling between Witte-noom and Royal Streets.

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